Lots going on my life these days so I decided to Marie Kondo the heck out of it and get rid of the things that didn’t spark joy and create something that did.
Just a couple of photos from a day spent storm skiing in the backcountry of Colorado with a friend.
Climb high, ski fast, pedal hard, live simply.
Our patience this winter for waiting on any significant storm cycle hasn’t come easy, but the effort finally paid off over the last few days with the appearance of heavy spring snow across our part of the state. With almost three feet of snow in the last 72 hours, a few of us got together and hit the backcountry to lay down some fresh, deep tracks.
Other than “climb, ski, repeat”, our only proviso for the day was to constantly evaluate the increased avalanche danger, choose our routes wisely and keep the egos in check to make sure the day stayed on the positive side. Seriously, if you can’t tailgate with a beer at the end of the day it’s not really worth it, right?
Here’s a little peak into one of our best days of the season (so far).
This actually required a little digging to get Kelly safely extracted. Fifteen minutes later it was all smiles again!
Climb, ski, repeat…then have good beers with good friends. A benchmark ski day doesn’t get much simpler than that.
Climb high. Ski fast. Pedal far. Live simply.